Total Performance Data Inks Deal With JCSA

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Total Performance Data (TPD) has signed a multi-year deal with the Jockey Club of Saudi Arabia (JCSA). The tracking system was launched during the two-day Saudi Cup meeting. TPD's agreement, the first for the company in the Middle East, means the data specialists now operate in five countries throughout the world, with the two racecourses in the territory, the King Abdulaziz Racetrack and King Khalid Racetrack, the 42nd and 43rd tracks they have a presence at globally. In addition, the new deal also means that both on-course and off-course broadcasters will have access to TPD's live in-running graphics like those seen during the Racing League and at Ascot.

Will Duff Gordon, CEO of Total Performance Data, said, “We are honoured to have gone live with the Jockey Club of Saudi Arabia in what is very exciting deal for us as we continue to expand our global footprint.

“Racing in the territory is getting bigger every season and you just have to look at the calibre of horse that ran there over the weekend for evidence of that. It's a very exciting time to be involved with racing in Saudi Arabia and it's fantastic that our offering will be part of the world's richest race, The Saudi Cup, every February.”

Tom Ryan, Director of Saudi Cup, said, “We are very pleased to have TPD's tracking technology in place for all our racedays and were impressed by how quickly the service was up and running. Our local audience enjoyed the big screen graphics and we know that horsemen will appreciate access to the pace data to review their performances.”

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